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  1. This appears to be a bug, but as an ESDF gamer, I am unable to remap my WASD keys to ESDF as the "E" key exits the prompt to remap the key. Obligatory DirectX information:
  2. So, my QWER and UIOP (had to be those damn keys) stopped working, and now I need to rebind the keys for something better, but I can't find anything. The best I found was SZXCAD to replace WASDQE, but I will need to rebind other keys for that so basically, I need some keybindings that work well to replace the other ones
  3. whenever I try to map an axis with my joystick it automatically starts off at axis 0.2 (yaw) and when you change it to something else, for example, pitch which should be axis 0.1, it looks fine but when you go and launch a ship none of the axis work. when you go back into the settings and try to re-map the axis it is, once again, axis 0.2 furthermore, all of the other buttons work perfectly fine and changing the axis seems to register fine as well which just makes the entire problem stranger I have the Logitech extreme 3D pro joystick: https://www.pccasegear.com/products/6607?gclid=Cj0KCQjw9uHOBRDtARIsALtCa97yNwylKHcaSku-s_IAGSNVDDfDLrRXvVN7dQwmFH7hIG8AnoFHw_caAkshEALw_wcB&gclsrc=aw.ds
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